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Photos for Cleveland Mini Maker Faire 2013

On Saturday, April 13, 2013, Ingenuity produced a the first annual Cleveland Mini Maker Faire in partnership with the Cleveland Public Library.  Photo credit: Frank Lanza      

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Cleveland Public Library and Ingenuity Partner on Mini Maker Faire in April

Ingenuity Cleveland is pleased to announce the area’s first Mini Maker Faire in collaboration with the Cleveland Public Library.  The event will take place on Saturday, April 13 from 10 am – 6:00 pm at the Library’s downtown branch (325 Superior Ave., N.E. Cleveland, OH 44114.)  This free event will allow people of all ages […]

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DJs for Speakeasy July 23rd Fundraiser

Ingenuity’s Speakeasy 2.0 is coming up fast! The 9 PM to 1 AM party will feature drinks, dancing, and a lineup of some fantastic DJs. If you haven’t been to the bridge space you’re in for a treat. The cavernous, industrial space opens out onto an open air bridge span with fantastic views of the […]

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Bloggers On The Bridge

Hi Cleveland Bloggers! Have you blogged about Ingenuity in the past or plan to in the future? Want a sneak peak into what’s going on at Ingenuityfest 2010? We’re inviting bloggers to take a tour of the Bridge Space with our Artistic Director James Levin and Executive Director Paula Grooms to ask questions, take photographs, […]

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How to Use Everyday Ingenuity to Solve Problems Big and Small

Watch it on Academic Earth Some men see things as they are and say, why? I dream of things the way they never were and say, why not? – Robert F. Kennedy, after George Bernard Shaw Professor Barry Nalebuff shares the insights from his book Why Not? How to Use Everyday Ingenuity to Solve Problems […]

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How Video Games Can Save the World

Interesting video from CNN on Jane McGonigal.  She’s an online game designer that is working on games that can solve real-world problems.   It’s an interesting  take on how creativity and fun tap into some very serious issues of our time.

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